Coronavirus Updates


Cancellations:

The following events have been cancelled or postponed until further notice:

  • All Lectures
  • Creative Arts Club
  • Fitness Classes
  • Jewelry Club
  • Men’s and Women’s Golf Club meetings
  • Movie Night
  • Needles and Pins Club
  • Paper Crafters Club

Click Here to Read the President's Message for Details

June 2020 Board Meeting Video Now Available

To see more videos, visit our Videos page by clicking here.

President’s Message: Gym Opening Delayed

Kim Fuller
President

Good Afternoon Residents:

The gym opening will be delayed one week, so it will open on July 6. I will give a podcast at 3 pm and go into details.

  1. A staff person was not feeling well, sent home, and was then tested for the virus and the test was positive. As a result, some staff members have been sent home to self-quarantine and be tested. We want to get the results of those tests before opening the gym because we need some of these staff people back to work in order to open the gym.
  2. This extra week will also give staff more time in resolving questions and concerns as people register for the online reservation system.

Remember, beginning tomorrow, to make reservations either by phone or online, it all begins at 10 am for every activity. The desk will start taking calls for reservations at 10 am, or you can go online at 10 am. Phone in reservations will stop at 4 pm. Online reservations will stop at 11 pm.

I wish you all a safe and healthy day. If you have any questions, please let me know.

Thank you and Take Care.

Kim Fuller
President

 

President’s Message: Online Reservation System

Kim Fuller
President

Good afternoon,

Here are the instructions for signing up and using the new online reservation system.

Scroll down and click play to watch a six-minute video on how to create an account and book a reservation using our new online system.

 

 

Please visit the Fitness page on our website to get started with the new system:

☞  www.scshca.com/fitness

Thank you,

Kim Fuller
President

 

Riverside County Cooling Centers

The Sun City Shadow Hills Emergency Preparedness Subcommittee is posting this for the benefit of our residents based on a Riverside County press release.

Cooling Centers Now Open Throughout Riverside County Offer Escape from Extreme Heat

With temperatures expected to remain in the triple digits through portions of the County, cooling centers opened on June 1 with modifications to accommodate coronavirus safety guidelines.

The 14 centers are open to the public at no cost. The centers will be available through October as temperatures warrant.

“Cooling centers make it possible for residents to escape extreme heat and high temperatures during the summer months, particularly those among the most vulnerable populations, like seniors,” said Kim Saruwatari, Director of Public Health. “Safety precautions in the time of coronavirus are being implemented to further protect visitors.”

Among the safety guidelines, all visitors and staff at the cooling centers are asked to wear face coverings and practice social distancing. High temperatures can be hazardous for many people, especially the elderly and those with medical conditions. Heat-related injuries such as heatstroke, an illness that occurs when the body can no longer regulate its temperature, can strike quickly and pose life-threatening consequences.

The cooling centers are coordinated by the Community Action Partnership of Riverside County, in conjunction with Riverside University Health System – Public Health, and are located in schools plus senior and community centers. Light refreshments and water are available at some locations. For a list of cooling center locations, visit www.capriverside.org/Portals/2/PDF/Cool/2020%20Cool%20Center_Directory-V3.pdf?ver=2020-06-05-123828-427&timestamp=1591385942481.

Bulk Cable Contract Updates

Board Presentations

Documents

Updates

Town Hall Meeting Videos

March 2, 2020 – 12:00 p.m.

January 14, 2020 – 3:00 p.m.

August 2, 2019 – 5:30 p.m.

August 2, 2019 – 1:00 p.m.

Town Hall Meeting Photos

January 13, 2020
Photos by Steve Talbot

Lifestyle’s “Stay Connected”

 

During these difficult times, it is more important than ever to stay connected. Being social doesn't have to take place in person. We can learn from and about each other while we're experiencing our own adventures at home.

We have created a way for our residents to remain engaged and connected by sharing ideas, recipes, music, and literature, to name just a few:

www.scshca.com/stayconnected